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Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport

IATA Code
CDG
ICAO Code
LFPG
Website
http://www.parisaeroport.fr/en
City
Paris
Country
France
Network
Domestic | International
Airport Type
Primary
Other airports serving Paris
Paris Beauvais-Tille Airport
Paris Le Bourget Airport
Paris Orly Airport
Paris Pontoise-Cormeilles Airport
Paris Vatry Airport
Runways
2700m x 60m
4215m x 45m
4200m x 45m
2700m x 60m
Airlines currently operating to this airport with scheduled services
Adria Airways
Aegean Airlines
Aer Lingus
Aeroflot
Aeromexico
Air Algerie
Air Arabia Maroc
Air Astana
Air Austral
Air Canada
Air China
Air Corsica
Air Europa Lineas Aereas
Air France
Air India
Air Madagascar
Air Malta
Air Mauritius
Air Serbia
Air Seychelles
Air Tahiti Nui
Air Transat
airBaltic
airberlin
AirBridgeCargo Airlines
Alitalia
All Nippon Airways
American Airlines
Arkia Israeli Airlines
Asiana Airlines
ASL Airlines France
AtlasGlobal
Austrian Airlines
Azerbaijan Airlines AZAL
Belavia
bmi regional
British Airways
Brussels Airlines
Bulgaria Air
Cathay Pacific
China Eastern Airlines
China Southern Airlines
Cobalt Air
Corendon Dutch Airlines
Croatia Airlines
CSA Czech Airlines
Delta Air Lines
easyJet
EgyptAir
El Al
Emirates Airline
Ethiopian Airlines
Etihad Airways
Eurowings
EVA Air
Finnair
Flybe
Germanwings
Gulf Air
Hainan Airlines
Iberia
Icelandair
Japan Airlines
Jet Airways
Jet2.com
Kenya Airways
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines
Korean Air
Kuwait Airways
La Compagnie
LOT Polish Airlines
Lufthansa
Luxair
Mahan Air
Middle East Airlines
MNG Airlines Cargo
Montenegro Airlines
Norwegian Air Shuttle ASA
Oman Air
Onur Air
Pakistan International Airlines
Qatar Airways
Royal Air Maroc
Royal Jordanian
SAS
Saudia
Singapore Airlines
SunExpress
SWISS
TACV
TAM Airlines
TAROM
Tassili Airlines
Thai Airways
TUI Airlines Belgium
Tunisair
Tunisair Express
Turkish Airlines
Turkmenistan Airlines
Ukraine International Airlines
United Airlines
Ural Airlines
Uzbekistan Airways
Vietnam Airlines
Vueling
WOW air
XL Airways France
Airlines currently operating to this airport via codeshare
Aerolineas Argentinas
Air Burkina
China Airlines
flynas
Garuda Indonesia
Gol
Hong Kong Airlines
Malaysia Airlines
Qantas Airways
South African Airways
SriLankan Airlines
TAAG
Travel Service
Virgin Atlantic Airways
Virgin Australia

Paris Charles de Gaulle (Roissy Airport) is main international gateway to France and a major aviation hub in Europe. Among the largest airports in the world, Charles de Gaulle is located to the north of Paris and is continental Europe's busiest airport. Hosting over 60 domestic, regional and international passenger and cargo airlines, the airport is a hub for Air France, easyJet, and FedEx Express. It is operated by Groupe ADP, formerly known as Aeroports de Paris.

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China Airlines deploys A350 to grow in North America but risks overexpansion in Europe

7-Mar-2017 3:10 PM

China Airlines has sat out on long haul growth over the last decade and is now looking to reinvigorate its position, making wins against local rival EVA Air, which has quietly but spectacularly grown. EVA, however, now faces uncertainty with new owners that may favour conservative expansion, which could benefit China Airlines. But China Airlines remains in a difficult position, one where it is under too much influence from its government owners, has an undefined vision, and lacks having aircraft on order. 

China Airlines has received four A350s, with another 10 due by the end of 2018. China Airlines will have twice as many A350 flights to North America as to Europe – the market it originally envisaged for the A350.

European A350 growth could expand as China Airlines plans to resume London in Jun-2017. China Airlines could also consider a new service to Paris. Europe risks long term overcapacity, however, and this is not a strong market for Taiwan. Growth options are limited to North America, where China Airlines needs longer range aircraft but does not have any more 777-300ERs on order.

Air France-KLM Group dreams of CDG airline boosting Air France; KLM again makes more profit in 2016

21-Feb-2017 4:57 PM

In 2016 Air France-KLM's long haul network generated more profit than the group as a whole. Yet the dependence of Air France-KLM's profits on the long haul business is under threat from more cost efficient competitors, in particular the Gulf based super connectors. Moreover, Air France-KLM's main European competitors IAG, and now Lufthansa, have developed a clear lead in developing commercial partnerships with Gulf airlines.

Air France-KLM's 2016 operating margin was its highest since before the global financial crisis, but remained below its pre crisis peaks and well below the rest of the world airline industry in what was almost certainly a new record year for global margins. Within the group, KLM's margin improved and was again higher than that of Air France, whose margin fell.

The planned new lower cost airline to be based at Paris CDG as a subsidiary of Air France, announced in outline in 2016 under the project name 'Boost', will now include medium haul in addition to long haul routes. This will be vital to setting it back on a path to sustainable profitability – if agreement can be reached with pilot unions to launch it. Even then, its scope and low cost ambitions will be limited.

Air France-KLM: Attempting to rearrange the deckchairs while pilots remain on full steam ahead

4-Nov-2016 6:29 PM

Air France-KLM's latest strategic project, 'Trust Together', follows its Transform 2015 and Perform 2020 programmes. In fact, it complements Perform 2020, rather than replacing it, at least until fuller details are announced in 2Q2017. After years of financial under-performance and market share erosion by Gulf airlines on long haul and LCCs on short/medium haul, CEO Jean Marc Janaillac aims to regain the offensive with this project.

But, in the absence of a substantial change of heart by the group's unions, there is little to suggest any "new" initiative will have a greater impact than its predecessors. The mere fact that Mr Janaiiac is forced to deny that the new long haul airline, codenamed "Boost", will be positioned as "low cost" is a clear enough indication of the task ahead. Indeed, to consider establishing anything else would be irrelevant in today's world.

Presumably so as not to rock the union boat plans are for only an ineffectual 10 aircraft by 2020. Just as with its short/medium haul LCC, Transavia, the scale and scope of the new long haul airline are likely to be subject to negotiation with Air France pilots. Transavia itself will now focus on routes from France and the Netherlands, implying an end to the troubled plans for Transavia Europe.

jetBlue Airways, armed with its premium product Mint, is poised to disrupt the trans-Atlantic market

3-Oct-2016 8:58 PM

Periodically throughout the last few years jetBlue has hinted that long haul trans-Atlantic flights could be a possibility at some point in its evolution. But in mid-2016 the company took a more concrete step towards serving trans-Atlantic routes by altering its Airbus order book – potentially to support long haul expansion.

JetBlue’s decision to option the Airbus A321LR occurs at a time when airlines such as WestJet, Norwegian Air Shuttle and WOW Air are pushing the low cost model into the long haul international market. Perhaps the steps those airlines are taking to carve out the low cost niche in the long haul space has accelerated jetBlue’s evaluations of trans-Atlantic service. The company has declared that it would make a decision about its options for the long-range Airbus narrowbody in 2017 ahead of the narrowbody’s debut in 2019.

The biggest drivers for jetBlue’s decision to enter the long haul trans-Atlantic market are identifying routes where it can inject low fares to stimulate traffic and drive revenue. The company’s base in Boston is emerging as the epicentre for those potential opportunities.

Aeroflot 6th freedom Part 2: China service is a strength for a SkyTeam member excluded from JVs

2-Sep-2016 7:10 PM

Part 1 of this report on Aeroflot's connecting sixth freedom traffic noted that Aeroflot is the 13th largest carrier of passengers between Western Europe and Northeast Asia, whereas Finnair – whose "Nordic Shortcut" strategy is well-known – is slightly larger and is the 10th largest operator. After Emirates, Aeroflot is the largest airline flying passengers between the regions but is not based in either of them; all the other operators are Western European or Northeast Asian airlines.

This second and final part examines Aeroflot's growing connecting market in depth. Of the airline's connecting Western Europe-Northeast Asian passengers, 54% are travelling to/from mainland China. This correlates with the share of Aeroflot capacity allocated to China. Among Finnair, Turkish and the Gulf 3 "superconnectors", Aeroflot has the fewest destinations in Northeast Asia. Yet its frequency in prime Chinese cities is unmatched. Aeroflot has the benefit of good aeropolitical relations with China while benefitting from other airlines being restricted over Chinese airspace. This may appear to be a short term advantage that will reduce as competition grows.

Yet a review of the city pairs where Aeroflot is the strongest on transfer traffic indicates growth opportunities as more markets are incorporated into JVs and complacency settles in. This may increase already tense relations between Aeroflot and its SkyTeam partners. Pursuing stronger transfer traffic will be a delicate decision for Aeroflot management.

Air Astana Part 1: Kazakhstan flag carrier increases focus on transit traffic as profits drop

26-Aug-2016 1:05 PM

Kazakhstan’s Air Astana is increasing its focus on sixth freedom transit traffic as part of a new strategy aimed at capitalising on its low cost structure and geographic position at the crossroads of Asia and Europe. More transit traffic is necessary to unlock a new phase of growth and reduce its reliance on its home market.

Air Astana has nearly doubled its transit traffic over the past year in response to challenging market conditions in Kazakhstan. The Kazakhstan economy has weakened significantly as oil prices have collapsed, leading to rapid currency devaluation that has impacted Air Astana’s top line. The airline’s revenues have fallen 25% since 2013 while passenger traffic has been relatively flat.

Increased sixth freedom traffic, slower expansion and reduced costs have enabled the airline to maintain profitability. A further and bigger transit traffic push is risky but should drive improved scale, a resumption of growth, and a stronger long-term position – which in turn will make Air Astana more attractive as it revisits long-delayed IPO plans.

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